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British Columbia Chapter: iVe Training
Vancouver Police Department
3585 Graveley Street
Vancouver, BC V5K 5J5
Monday, July 23, 2018 to Friday, July 27, 2018
Category: Chapter Meeting

The five-day course is a complete indoctrination into vehicle forensics investigations. It covers the entire process of identifying, acquiring, and analyzing data from vehicle systems and how to use the iVe Ecosystem in the process.


This course focuses on the full spectrum of vehicle forensics. It is structured to provide investigators with the necessary skills to identify, acquire, and analyze data from vehicle systems using iVe. The course starts with gaining a basic understanding of the available data and quickly moves from theory into practical exercises with vehicle disassembly and system removals.

During the course, each of the vehicle manufacturers and supported systems are covered. Investigators will work though the identification of the vehicles and systems, conduct hands-on acquisitions of the systems, learn troubleshooting techniques as well as learn how to analyze the data from each system. This is an active course with a large portion being hands-on acquisition exercises and practical data analysis exercises. Each part of the course builds on the next, increasing confidence through repetition.


At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be given the opportunity to sit for the iVe certification exam. Investigators who have successfully completed the five-day course and have passed the written and practical certification exams will earn the iVe Examiner Certification.

See the full Course Schedule and details here.

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Contact Brandt Watkins to register for a course using the contact details on the flyer.

Contact: Brandt Watkins, President of HTCIA British Columbia Chapter